Established in the mid 1960s, the Movement Against Uranium Mining was a lobbying group against the mining of uranium in Australia. The Movement was also source of information for the Australian public on all nuclear issues. In 1994 the Movement reduced its activities to distributing information.
Movement Against Uranium Mining (MAUM) commenced as a group c.1976 to lobby against uranium mining in Australia. They also acted as one point in a network of anti-nuclear organisations which included Nuclear Free Australia and Friends of the Earth (FOE) who all cooperated on joint campaigns. It was also an educational resource group for school and a general source of public information on Australian and internation al nuclear issues. The activities of the group were reduced to distributing information in 1994.
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Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010) Monday 2 April 1979 p 13 Article Illustrated
... Arnhem Highway to the uranium site it hopes to mine at Jabiluka, the NLC threatened to stall the Ranger ... the Government's plan to start uraniummining this year, Work at the Ranger site cannot commence now ...
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The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Wednesday 14 December 1983 p 16 Article
... containing several minerals and whose uranium reserves exceed all other reserves known in Australia. An ... its reports in 1976 and 1977, uraniummining had become a big political issue. Without waiting for the ...
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The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Friday 26 August 1977 p 7 Article Illustrated
... taking the decision to export uranium, Australia can slow the movement towards the use of plutonium as a ... also be noted that the mining and export of uranium will enhance Australia's reputation as a stable and ...
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